Month: August 2021

Pig is probably not the movie you’re expecting it to be. A Nicolas Cage vehicle in which he plays a man out for revenge after his beloved pig is kidnapped seems like it’s going to be something we’ve seen before — a Taken (in which Liam Neeson’s daughter is abducted) or a John Wick (in [...]

The Picture House turns 100 this year. And what a year (and more) it has been! Thanks to generous members and donors and several loans and grants, we have made it through the longest closure in our theater’s history. We are proud to welcome you safely back to the theater as we take all we [...]

Take a slow, deep breath. In through the nose, out through the mouth. Even close your eyes while you do it. The rest of this post will be here waiting when you’re done.  Are you feeling more relaxed?  Sunday, August 15 is National Relaxation Day, and, even if it hasn’t been the summer some of [...]

The Green Knight was one of spring 2020’s most anticipated films, scheduled to premiere at South by Southwest in mid-March followed by a May release. No need to tell you what happened next.  Director David Lowery used part of his time during the pandemic to recut The Green Knight, to step away from what he [...]

Last Tuesday, The Picture House hosted an Olympic viewing party to watch Pelhamite Kate Douglass compete in the 200-meter individual medley. Kate’s race was at 10:45 pm, it was pretty late for a week night and we just weren’t sure anyone would come… At 9:00 pm, our theater started filling up with folks from all [...]